The foremast of the Maine is actually in Annapolis, at the Naval Academy. West Point being the Military Academy and strictly Army, they would probably resist taking any naval artifact. It simply isn't done!
The mainmast is at Arlington, above a tomb for many of the crew.
Her bow shield, a bronze union jack, has been carefully restored and is displayed in Davenport Park, in the heart of Bangor, Maine. Little plaques, cast from recovered bronze and brass abound in this state
That's a great site, John! It's amazing how many pieces of the Maine there are scattered about the country, and even outside it. I'm originally from Canton, Ohio, where some of the pieces of the Maine are still located. They used to be all in one area of Waterworks Park, but I see they've moved some to different locations in the city. Canton was the home of William McKinley, president of the United States during the Spanish American War. Hard to believe now, but that brief conflict was referred to at the time by someone in the government (whose name escapes me) as "that splendid little war." McKinley, his wife Ada, and a child are buried in an impressive, domed granite structure in Monument Park, located near the pro football Hall of Fame.
I now live just up the road in suburban Cleveland and there's a piece of the Maine we just happened to stumble across last year while taking a scenic route home that I don't see on the web site list. I can't remember the exact location off hand, but maybe once I locate that information I should send them an email to let them know about it, just in case they don't.